By Allen Winn Sneath
The Canadian brewing predates Confederation by way of 200 years; Canada boasts the oldest, continually working brewery in North the USA. Canadian brewers have survived the persecution of the Temperance move and Prohibition, the nice melancholy, global Wars and the problem of unfastened exchange. at the present time, brewing in Canada is a ten billion buck company whose one consistent is change.
From its colonial previous to the microbrewery renaissance, Brewed in Canada is a passionate narrative of person energy, vibrant characters, family members rivalries and overseas possession. person tales inform of private good fortune and failure, bankruptcies, takeovers, consolidation and clarification. As males of impact, those brewers made major contributions to their neighborhood groups and the rustic. past the daily operation in their brewing company, a few may make their mark in politics, whereas others outfitted church buildings, hospitals and helped identify universities. A dedication to group provider - and to brewing excellence - maintains this day.
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Dewdney could sense power slipping away from the government; he was increasingly pessimistic of its ability to take decisive action on the railway question, and he began to see in his old friend John A. Macdonald the best hope for the future. By the end of the year, Mackenzie came to a decision on the big question: Burrard Inlet would be the railway terminus on the Pacific. 61 When Parliament opened in February , de Cosmos was indignant. He moved for a return of all engineers’ reports done on the Fraser-Burrard route in and so that he could be sure the government was acting on such information.
It allowed for a private company to receive million acres of land and $ million in government grants to build the railway. With the election won, Macdonald awarded the lucrative contract to Sir Hugh Allan, the chief financier of the Conservative victory. And new surveys were going ahead under Sandford Fleming, engineer in chief. Dewdney and his fellow British Columbians in Parliament had reason to be pleased. But on April, a Liberal MP rose in the House, accused the government of accepting election funds from Allan in return for the railway charter, and demanded an investigation.
By the end of the year, Mackenzie came to a decision on the big question: Burrard Inlet would be the railway terminus on the Pacific. 61 When Parliament opened in February , de Cosmos was indignant. He moved for a return of all engineers’ reports done on the Fraser-Burrard route in and so that he could be sure the government was acting on such information. He found it hard to believe. Dewdney countered by moving that all information influencing the government decision, not just engineers’ reports, be presented to the House.
Brewed in Canada: The Untold Story of Canada's 300-Year-Old Brewing Industry by Allen Winn Sneath